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  • Comforting Food, Tibetan Bread

    Kashu Dhakhwa

    This may not be what you think of when you hear the word bread, but it's a delicious version of it you should try. It wasn’t long ago that I sat with my trekking buddies, listening to their various beautiful experiences and how much they got to

    Apr.27.2017
  • Hot Gwaramari on a Cold Morning

    Shreesha Nankhwa

    A breakfast favorite, full of delicious memories to relive or create anew. If you are anything like me, the last thing you want to do in the morning is get out of bed. You’re warm and comfortable, and you are probably still halfway in dreamland. Getting up

    Apr.11.2017
  • Flavorful Festivals

    Salika Gautam

    Tasty and varied dishes from around the country quicken our memories and add a memorable accent to holidays and time spent with family and friends. The world is said to have two types of people, those who eat to live, and those who live to eat. However,

    Mar.07.2017
  • All-European Gourmet's Delight at Radisson

    Fine dining is an experience that combines elegance with the art of outstanding cuisine. Welcoming a new chef, Nandita Karan, Hotel Radisson has recently introduced a new inclusive European cuisine. The limited yet composed and detailed menu was made by choosing the finest and most popular dishes of countries

    Feb.23.2017
  • Sweet Bites of Lakhamari with Anil Das Rajkarnikar!

    Why is a ‘lakhamari’ called so? Lakhamari is a traditional Nepali sweet that comes in different shapes and sizes. There is no actual reason behind why it is called a ‘lakhamari’. However most usually believe that lakha means big and mari means sweets. So it means a huge

    Feb.22.2017
  • Delectable BBQ Nepali Style at Bajeko Sekuwa

    The cheerful logo of the Bajeko Sekuwa chain of restaurants can be seen more and more around town these days. That’s because they now have eight outlets around the city, plus two smaller kiosks, and even branches in Bharatpur and Pokhara! From its humble beginnings as a small sekuwa

    Feb.21.2017
  • Batuk A Magar Delicacy

    Barsa Thapa

    Magar is one of the indigenous ethnic nationalities of Nepal. They mostly inhabit the districts of Palpa, Gulmi, Arghakhanchi, Syangja, Baglung, Parbat, Myagdi, Tanahun, and Gorkha in the western region, as well as some other districts in the mid-western and eastern regions. A little insight on the Magar tribe: the

    Feb.19.2017
  • Yin Yang, the Place to be for Thai Cuisine

    Yin Yang Restaurant has a certain refined, elegant vibe, which is clearly on display when you first enter. While famous for Thai food, it also boasts an impressive continental menu, and the two combine for a great fine dining experience that is sure to have something for everyone. The restaurant

    Feb.19.2017
  • Thai Cuisine with a Twist at Mango Chili

    Mango Chili, the younger sister brand of signature brand, Mango Tree, which can be found in many of the world’s major capitals such as London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Washington DC is finally here at Labim Mall. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The culinary group also includes Coca

    Feb.17.2017
  • The Third Eye, Taste that's Close to Divine

    The Third Eye has been a Thamel mainstay since 1989, serving up some of the best Indian and continental food in the city. And you don’t jut have to take my word for it—no less of an authority than Lonely Planet has named it the top Indian restaurant in Kathmandu,

    Feb.17.2017
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